King County Bail Bonds

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King County Jail 24 Hour Bail Bonds
King County Jail
500 5th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104 US,%20WA,USA&sensor=false¢er=500+5th+Ave.+Seattle%2CWA (206) 296-1234

The King County Jail is located in Seattle, Washington at 500 5th Ave. 98104. The jail staff can be reached by calling (206) 296-1234.

If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at King County Jail fill out the form at the top of this page.


Bail Bonds

You can post bail with cash, check, or money orders directly to the King County Correctional Facility.  Local bail bonding agencies can also provide what are known as surety bonds in which you pay a portion of the total bail amount and agree to appear in court after release.  Please use the form at the top of this page to get in touch with a reputable bail bondsman.

Visitation Guidelines

Visiting inmates is allowed at the King County Correctional Facility.  This depends on whether the inmate is in Ultra Security or not, what floor number they are on, which wing of the building they are in, the tier the inmate is in, and finally what tank the inmate is in.  For details review the jails visition page here or call the jail directly.

Sending Mail

Mail may be sent to inmates of the King County Correctional Facility in Seattle, Washington.  Please send mail to the following address via USPS:

Full committed name (name they were booked under) 

B/A number (book of arrest number) 

500 Fifth Avenue 

Seattle , WA 98104

Inmates may receive cards, letters, and photos. All mail will be searched by correctional staff.  Items prohibited are as follows: packages, stamps, envelopes, writing papers, pens and pencils, food, phone cards, clothing, games, and plastics.  Inmates are allowed to receive magazines and books, but these must be sent directly from the publisher.  Photos depicting nude persons are prohibitted. 

Phone Calls

Inmates may make outbounds calls using Public Communication Systems (PCS).  No inbound calls to inmates will be permitted. For more information on PCS, Inc. visit their website at or call PCS at 800-350-1000.

Health Care

We are still working on getting more information on inmate healthcare in the King County Jail. The facility is known to be accredited by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC).  Despite this there have been some reports of health care mistakes at the jail.

Sending Money

Inmates can received money from friends and family a number of ways.  Either in person via a cash deposit at the Maleng Regional Justice Center (call 866-345-1884), via money orders or cashiers checks (must include the inmates name and b/a number), via telelphone deposits (call 9866-345-1884) or online at

King County at a Glance

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

King, Washington population 2000 - 2009

King has a total population of 1,916,441. The population has increased by 179,394 (10%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 905.8 and covers 2,116 square miles.

  • Total Population: 1,916,441
  • Pop. Change 2000-09: 179,394 (10%)
  • Pop. Density: 905.8
  • Sq. Miles: 2,116

Bail Bond Agents Near King does not endorse any bail bond companies listed below. These are listed for informational purposes only.

  • Northwest Agency
    Northwest Agency
    P.O. Box 24307
    Seattle, WA 98124
  • All City Bail Bonds
    All City Bail Bonds
    P. O. Box 24307
    Seattle, WA 98124
  • Bail Bond Recovery Agent
    Bail Bond Recovery Agent
    P. O. Box 12004
    Mill Creek, WA 98082
  • Everett Bail Bonds
    Everett Bail Bonds
    Po Box 508
    Everett, WA 98206
  • A Bail Bond Service, Inc
    A Bail Bond Service, Inc
    820 South 2nd Street
    Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Crime Data for King County and King County Jail

Source: FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division (CJIS)

King Washington crime statistics

Residents of King experienced 12,088 crimes in 2011. The #1 lawless act was arson with 82 crimes. The #2 infraction was theft with 2,749 crimes. The #3 lawless act was vehicle theft with 624 crimes. The #4 criminality was burglary with 2,200 crimes. The #5 lawless act was property crime with 5,573 occurrences. The #6 violation was assault with 213 instances. The #7 infraction was robbery with 127 crimes. The #8 crime was rape with 85 violations. The #9 criminality was murder with 5 violations. The #10 crime was violent crime with 430 circumstances.

Bail Bondsman for King

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